Hotel Goverdhan Palace

Address: Agra Delhi National Highway, Mathura Byepass, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, 281001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Agra Delhi National Highway, Mathura Byepass, Mathura, is near Cellular Jail and Bandhavgarh National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Mathura

      Day 2 :Experience the Coral Reefs @ RedSkin Island

      A travel blog entry by chitraketh on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... hardly had a board.
      Hot rice, Fish Collambe ,Fish fry,Aloo and Curd! Couldnt have asked for anything better.
      All in Rs 125 per person. We ended our lunch with local malai kulfi!!

      All content, we headed back to Wandoor beach just to get some pics and then left to Chidiya Tapu beach to sea the sunset.We reached just in time. After all the snorkeling i really dint feel like going into the water. So I went for a casual stroll, clicked some pics at ...

      Day ThirtyFour - Leaving Paradise

      A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Mar 22, 2014

      ... to what we had been told, so we had a 2 hour wait at the ferry terminal. That was ok, we wanted to stay in paradise as long as possible. The ferry ride back was nice, not nice knowing we had the next couple of days in cities though. We arrived back in Port Blair and checked into our lovely guesthouse which we had pre-booked. This blog entry is ...

      On the train: trying to find the beaten track

      A travel blog entry by tomandgem on Mar 02, 2014

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      ... cross two live tracks to get to the other side. I found this quite bemusing as there was a perfectly good bridge crossing only 20 metres further up the platform, which is not only easier to use but would most certainly avoid pending death. But as I have learnt in India “don’t ask why”. I continued to observe our surroundings with a curious distrust when my stare kept falling upon this one solitarily cow just standing on the platform next to a ...

      Christmas day dive

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Dec 25, 2013

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      ... puffer watches us descend - it must be at least a metre long. We come across a little swim through teeming with glass fish and a very large grouper below them. OK, Ian says it's not really a swim through, more of a narrow gully. I manage to swim through it - maybe I have lost weight then? We spend over an hour on the dive and return to the shot where the giant puffer is still lingering. We do our safety stop almost within touching distance of him. Another great dive. Back on the ...

      Phantasm Ride

      A travel blog entry by 8spike on Aug 04, 2011

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      ... entire complex unfurled beneath us, alive with hundreds of pilgrims. We took a few minutes to explore the sculptures on the rooftop and a shrine with no visitors. Back down the stairs and through a narrow hall of carved stone we entered a Krishna shrine with brightly colored murals depicting what I gathered to be scenes of his birth and life. This temple was connected to another temple reached by ascending a grand set of ...